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EricGrant
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RPM upgrade of custom install location

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Hi,

 

   This may be a silly question. But i have been using a HPSA package to upgade and install a splunk RPM package into linux server with no issues up until we upgraded HPSA to version 10. Specifically we lost the ability to modify the existing scripts with teh install flag that would allow us to change the install or upgrade location. Has this functionality been removed? Can we only install an RPM package in the default location with version 10?? We see lot of options to apply a script before and after the RPM command to install has been issued in teh background, but no section to apply an install flag to the actual install command. It is forcing us to butcher a simple install by copying files in the post install script that adds too much complexity for a process that could only take seconds to complete. Please let us know if it is still possible to use install flags to create a general RPm install and modify the flag for each zone that has different install paths.

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This is the wrong company for Servers, Storage, Networking and Software. Please use the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community:
https://community.hpe.com/t5/Server-Automation-Practitioners/bd-p/sws-SA_SUP

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